Category: The GU Guide: Jake Slease

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Cap & Gown feat. Jake Slease

As I listen to today’s radio, I can’t help but have a notion that there is a war going on over something we all do every day. I am well-versed in ...
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So tell me what I want (what I really, really want)

When I was in high school, I had to complete a senior project to graduate. That project was to be completed in a few parts, and one was a task known a...
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The language of life

Sometimes we need perspective in our live to see what we really have. That is exactly what I received when I met Alex Nyamachabo. Alex – which I ass...
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Why I’ll remember what I’ll remember

I want to talk about psychology, something that my co-blogger Matt would be better suited to talk to you about. In the field of psychology there is a ...
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What 30 refugees taught me

When you become a tour guide, you gain another title: storyteller. I tell stories about Gannon, but I also hear new stories about people – what stud...
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Using the force of charisma

There is something to be said about charisma. Either you have it or you lack it. To some it’s a mystery. It is a skill and a character trait. It can...
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Chasing the sun (and a ’90s band quote)

There is a small overpass on Interstate 79 that I pass under every time I return to Gannon after a weekend at home. It is not located near any signifi...
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Intuitive design: A 4-year-old with an iPhone?

On my recent trip home to see my family for the weekend, I was momentarily baffled. As I was watching cartoons with my 4-year-old niece, she grabbed m...
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Summer reading helps with “Getting Things Done”

“You can do anything, but not everything.” This quote has been running thought my head for the past week. To me, it’s inspiring. It reminds me t...
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Warehouse symphony: Creating something from nothing

A warehouse symphony